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ramp up

To increase. A noun or pronoun can be used between "ramp" and "up." Ever since that break-in, they've really ramped up security at the office. You need to seriously ramp up your study efforts if you want to get an A on this exam.
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ramp up

v.
To increase the volume, amount, or rate of something: The factory must ramp up production due to increased demand for its products. I added a new card to my computer memory to ramp it up.
See also: up
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(iv) Are the speed amplitude consistent with the design expectations of the helical ramp, and do any serious deviations exist?
For beds and couches, block any other access points so that she can't cheat and go around the ramp, or only allow her access to that piece of furniture when you are there to supervise.
Discount Ramps is an online retailer of loading, hauling and transportation products.
Mawra's striking 100-watt smile on the ramp. Photo: Facebook/Bridal Couture Week
In addition to breaking up platoons, ramp meters help manage entrance demand at a level that is near the capacity of the freeway, which helps prevent flow breakdowns.
The inside milled-out receiver race should be thoroughly cleaned for solid bonding of the ramp. I used the tip of a Dremel tool bit to etch the side surfaces of the ramp to aid bonding.
The ramp-only model is an inclined ramp leading straight up to the container floor, which incorporates two grooves at the bottom of the ramp to allow movement by forklift truck.
Since curb ramps descend from the pedestrian sidewalk level to the vehicular area, the pedestrian crosswalk should be designated with a line--painted with slip-resistant paint and a minimum of 36-inches wide--and aligned with the base of the curb ramp to avoid any confusion about the designated pedestrian walkway.
Meanwhile, there also will be intermittent lane or ramp diversions and restrictions or closures at the Interstate 5/Beltline interchange as that major reconstruction and expansion project moves forward.
By donating ramps to The Ronald McDonald house, National Ramp believes that they contribute to The Ronald McDonald House's goal of providing stability and resources for families in need.
Israel dismantles a newly erected wooden access ramp to Jerusalem's Al-Aqsa Mosque compound that would have increased access for non-Muslims but angered Jordan, an AFP correspondent said.
Totally both aerator models of "ramp at the bottom and duct in the wall" and "ramp at the bottom and walls" have an acceptable performance in improving cavitation index and as well as flow aeration over the spillway.
Terming the ramp as illegal, she said local residents informed her about it.
Don't wait until your ramp is built to discover that it doesn't meet your local codes.
The data on the participants' performance, along with the participants' rankings of the preferred ramp treatment, argue in favor of the proposed ADA accessibility guidelines that truncated domes should be placed in a square array and be limited to the bottom 24 inches of the ramps.